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Pulse of the #BBN: The Road Just Got Tougher


Last night may not have stung so much had it not been for the pomp and circumstance surrounding it. ESPN ran ads for a week touting this clash between the two winningest programs in the history of the sport. Mr. “Roundball” himself Michael Buffer was brought in to announce the lineup. And the cherry on top of it all, BBN set a freakin’ Guinness World Record. We were so hyped that we let our guard down.

Apparently, so did the team.

Let’s check in again on the #BBN hashtag again to see where folks came down on this one:

Consolation prizes, am I right?

It was as if suddenly, Kansas started speaking a different language. Our guys just couldn’t comprehend it.

Well, if you go back one more year, then add up the total points, we’re still beating both teams. That has to count for something, right? No?

Just let me wallow in my sorrow in peace!


Article written by Jay Winkler

Avid fan of UK Athletics, WWE, and chicken wings. Preferably at the same time.

5 Comments for Pulse of the #BBN: The Road Just Got Tougher

  1. Kat4Life
    4:05 pm January 29, 2017 Permalink

    Meanwhile, Louisville is getting better and better every game……the UL team that squeaked by us last month would beat us by 20 right now……We are regressing, in virtually every facet of the game.

  2. Jiminy Crickets
    4:28 pm January 29, 2017 Permalink

    I just left UL fame, my wife is NCState grad. They’re without both starting guards and KILLED NCState. All I could think of was how we would do without monk and fox. We can’t play defense at a high school level, while NC state struggled to get a shot off. Made me literally sick

    • Jiminy Crickets
      4:28 pm January 29, 2017 Permalink


  3. jim tom
    6:34 pm January 29, 2017 Permalink

    It is unbelievable how oppenents get to the basket so easy on this team. Worst defensive team in quite awhile